Nationally known rapper Mack Maine has been accused of grabbing one young woman's breast and punching another on a tour bus after Lil Wayne's Aug. 21 Oklahoma City concert, police records show.
The second woman reported to police the punch broke her jaw in two places.
Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater confirmed Friday that his office has authorized the filing of two felony counts — sexual battery and aggravated assault and battery — against the rapper.
“I can tell you for the record that we've authorized charges but none have been filed yet,” he said. “We're waiting for the investigation to come over.”
Maine is a longtime friend of rapper Lil Wayne. Maine's real name is Jermaine Preyan.
The two women, who are 21 and 24, were invited to go on the tour bus to go to clubs after the concert. Police list Maine's age as 33.
The older woman told police Maine talked to her during the concert, saying she was “pretty and wanted to go party with her afterwards,” according to the report.
She told police that on the tour bus Maine put his hand down her dress and grabbed her right breast, according to the report. Her friend was in the bus bathroom.
She told police she slapped his hand away and said, “What the hell do you think you are doing?” according to the report.
Both women then tried to leave but Maine at first held the bus door closed, according to the police report.
Finally, he opened the door and the younger woman turned around as she walked down the bus stairs to locate her friend, police reported.
Maine then punched her on the left side of her face with his right fist, police reported.
This knocked the victim out of the bus and onto her back, according to the police report. Maine immediately walked away, toward a hotel. The victim later had surgery at a hospital in Edmond. She told police her jaw will be wired shut for six weeks to allow it to heal and she is restricted to a liquid diet.
Maine was not arrested Aug. 21 so his name is blacked out of the initial police crime report. He is referred to as “SU,” a police abbreviation for suspect, in the narrative part of the report.
The women's names also are blacked out. So are three lines of the report.
Police provided The Oklahoman the incident report after the newspaper asked specifically for the one on Jermaine Preyan.
The rapper could not immediately be reached for comment. He is president of record label Young Money Entertainment. An email message sent there was not answered. Calls to cellphone numbers listed for the rapper also were not answered.
Lil Wayne was not on that tour bus at the time of the incident, The Oklahoman was told.